Residhotel Les Hautes d'Andilly
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beautiful then walked to the flame where princess Diana was killed I have to say that was sad then off to the Eiffel Tower just beautiful with all the lights on it then another couple and us got lost walking back to our hotel the we ran into a family on tour with us who were also lost so between 9 of us we made it to the hotel this is why I'm up so late. See you ...
Getting up at 3:30 am was shocking. Whose idea was that? The taxi arrived spot on time but easily broke the speed limit to the airport doing 120 in 50 zones. Not another car in sight so of course we got there very early. As a consequence no restaurants were open except yes you guessed it - the big M. What a delicious ...
... a few pictures and visit the gift shop. We didn't actually tour the museum again, but enjoyed simply walking around the courtyard area. From the Louvre, we walked west through the Tuileries Garden and visit Musee l'Orangerie. The Orangerie museum is much smaller than most of the museums we'd seen during the trip. The highlight was definitely Monet's Water Lilies. Painted across 8 large, rectangular canvases, Water Lilies takes up ...
... on spinach and grand mariner soufflé for the boys and strawberries, sable and strawberry sorbet for me. Couple of bottles of wine of course. Then it was a quick metro ride to meet up with Laurence at the Tuileries as the annual garden exhibit was on and she had some free passes. It was interesting but probably would have gone if she hadn't organised entry. Anyway back home to pick up Stephs dinner and ...
... Chapelle because one of the Justice buildings is so close to the church that it blocks any light on the north side that would otherwise illuminate the beautiful stained glass windows. Gothic architects used their new technology to turn dark stone buildings into lanterns of light. The 15 separate panels of stained glass show different scenes covering the entire Christian history from Genesis ...